Do not do the MLA format, just follow the instructions.
|1||Start Excel. Download and open the file named go16_xl_ch02_grader_2g_hw.xlsx.||0|
|2||Change the Theme to Slice. Rename Sheet1 as Bulbs and Sheet2 as Trees. Click the Bulbs sheet tab to make it the active sheet.||1|
|3||To the right of column B, insert two new columns to create new blank columns C and D. By using Flash Fill in the two new columns, split the data in column B into a column for Item # in column C and Category in column D. As necessary, type Item # as the column title in column C and Category as the column title in column D. Delete column B. By using the Cut and Paste commands, cut column C—Category—and paste it to column G, and then delete the empty column C. Apply AutoFit to columns A:F.
Note, Mac users, after inserting the two columns, select the range B15:B42 and, on the Data tab, click Text to Columns. Select Other as the delimiters, and then type a hyphen (–). Set the destination cell as C15, and then finish the wizard. Continue with the remaining instructions.
|4||Display the Trees worksheet, and then repeat Step 3 on this worksheet.||1|
|5||Without grouping the sheets, make the following calculations in both worksheets:
• In cell B4, enter a function to sum the Quantity in Stock data, and then apply Comma Style with zero decimal places to the result.
• In cells B5:B8, enter formulas to calculate the Average, Median, Lowest, and Highest retail prices, and then apply the Accounting Number Format.
|6||Without grouping the sheets, make the following calculations in both worksheets:
• In cell B10, enter a COUNTIF function to determine how many different types of Tulips are in stock on the Bulbs sheet and how many different types of Evergreens are in stock on the Trees worksheet.
|7||Without grouping the sheets, make the following calculation in both worksheets:
• In cell G14, type Stock Level. In cell G15, enter an IF function to determine the items that must be ordered. If the Quantity in Stock is less than 75 the Value_if_true is Order. Otherwise the Value_if_false is OK. Fill the formula down through all the rows.
|8||Without grouping the sheets, apply the following formatting in both worksheets:
• Apply Conditional Formatting to the Stock Level column so that cells that contain the text Order are formatted with Bold Italic with a Font Color of Dark Blue, Text 2. Apply Gradient Fill Blue Data Bars to the Quantity in Stock column.
|9||In the Bulbs sheet, format the range A14:G42 as a table with headers and apply Table Style Light 20. Insert a Total Row, filter by Category for Tulips, and then Sum the Quantity in Stock column. Record the result in cell B11.||2|
|10||Clear the filter from the table. Sort the table on the Item # column from Smallest to Largest, and then remove the Total Row. On the Page Layout tab, set Print Titles so that row 14 repeats at the top of each page.||1|
|11||In the Trees sheet, format the range A14:G42 as a table with headers and apply Table Style Light 19. Insert a Total Row, filter by Category for Evergreens, and then Sum the Quantity in Stock column. Record the result in cell B11.||1|
|12||Clear the filter from the table. Sort the table on the Item # column from Smallest to Largest, and then remove the Total Row. On the Page Layout tab, set Print Titles so that row 14 repeats at the top of each page, and then Save your workbook.||1|
|13||Group the two worksheets. Merge and center the title in cell A1 across the range A1:G1 and apply the Title cell style. Merge and center the subtitle in cell A2 across the range A2:G2 and apply the Heading 1 cell style. AutoFit Column A. Center the worksheets Horizontally, change the Orientation to Landscape.||1|
|14||In Backstage view, on the left click Save, and then click the Bulbs sheet tab to cancel the grouping. Click the Trees sheet tab, and then insert a new worksheet. Change the sheet name to Summary and then widen columns A:D to 20.63 width. Move the Summary sheet so that it is the first sheet in the workbook.||1|
|15||In cell A1, type Pasadena Inventory Summary. Merge & Center the title across the range A1:D1, and then apply the Title cell style. In cell A2, type As of December 31 and then Merge & Center the text across the range A2:D2. Apply the Heading 1 cell style.||1|
|16||On the Bulbs sheet, Copy the range A4:A8. Display the Summary sheet and Paste the selection to cell A5. Apply the Heading 4 cell style to the selection.||2|
|17||In the Summary sheet, in cell B4, type Bulbs. In cell C4 type Trees. In cell D4 type Bulbs/Trees. Center the column titles, and then apply the Heading 3 cell style.||2|
|18||In cell B5, enter a formula that references cell B4 in the Bulbs sheet so that the Bulbs Total Items in Stock displays in B5. Create similar formulas to enter the Average Price, Median Price, Lowest Price, and Highest Price from the Bulbs sheet into the Summary sheet in the range B6:B9.||2|
|19||Enter formulas in the range C5:C9 that reference the Total Items in stock and the Average Price, Median Price, Lowest Price, and Highest Price cells in the Trees worksheet.||2|
|20||In cells D5, D6, D7, D8, and D9, insert Column sparklines using the values in the Bulbs and Trees columns. Format the sparklines using the styles in the first row as follows:
D5: Sparkline Style Accent 1, Darker 50%
D6: Sparkline Style Accent 2, Darker 50%
D7: Sparkline Style Accent 3, Darker 50%
D8: Sparkline Style Accent 4, Darker 50%
D9: Sparkline Style Accent 5, Darker 50%
|21||To the range B5:C5, apply Comma Style with zero decimal places, and to the range B6:C9, apply Accounting Number Format. Center the Summary worksheet Horizontally and change the Orientation to Landscape. Insert a custom footer in the left section with the file name.||2|
|22||Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Summary, Bulbs, Trees. Save and close the worksheet. Exit Excel. Submit the file as directed.||0|
|1||Start Excel. Download and open the file named go16_xl_ch03_grader_3g_hw.xlsx.||0|
|2||In the Expenses worksheet, calculate row totals for each Expense item in the range F5:F9. Calculate column totals for each quarter and for the Annual Total in the range B10:F10.||2|
|3||In cell G5, construct a formula to calculate the Percent of Total by dividing the Annual Total for Salaries and Benefits by the Annual Total for Totals by Quarter. Use absolute cell references as necessary, format the result in Percent Style, and then Center. Fill the formula down through cell G9.||1|
|4||Use a 3-D Pie chart to chart the Annual Total for each item. Move the chart to a new sheet and then name the sheet Annual Expenses Chart.||1|
|5||For the Chart Title, type Summary of Annual Expenses and format the chart title using WordArt Style Fill – Blue, Accent 1, Shadow. Change the Chart Title font size to 28.||2|
|6||Remove the Legend from the chart and then add Data Labels formatted so that only the Category Name and Percentage display positioned in the Center. Change the Data Labels font size to 12, and apply Bold and Italic.||2|
|7||Format the Data Series using a 3-D Format effect. Change the Top bevel and Bottom bevel to Circle. Set the Top bevel Width and Height to 50 pt and then set the Bottom bevel Width and Height to 256 pt. Change the Material to the Standard Effect Metal.
Note, the bevel name may be Round, depending on the version of Office used.
|8||Display the Series Options, and then set the Angle of first slice to 125 so that the Salaries and Benefits slice is in the front of the pie. Select the Salaries and Benefits slice, and then explode the slice 10%. Change the Fill Color of the Salaries and Benefits slice to a Solid fill using Green, Accent 6, Lighter 40%.||2|
|9||Format the Chart Area by applying a Gradient fill using the Preset gradients Light Gradient – Accent 4 (fourth column, first row). Format the Border of the Chart Area by adding a Solid line border using Gold, Accent 4 and a 5 pt Width.||3|
|10||Display the Page Setup dialog box, and then for this chart sheet, insert a custom footer in the left section with the file name.||3|
|11||Display the Expenses worksheet, and then by using the Quarter names and the Totals by Quarter, insert a Line with Markers chart in the worksheet. Move the chart so that its upper left corner is positioned slightly inside the upper left corner of cell A12. Drag the center-right sizing handle so that the chart extends to slightly inside the right border of column G. As the Chart Title type City of Pacifica Bay Annual Expense Summary.||3|
|12||Format the Bounds of the Vertical (Value) Axis so that the Minimum is 2100000 and the Major unit is at 50000. Format the Fill of the Chart Area with a Gradient fill by applying the Preset, Light Gradient – Accent 3 (third column, first row). Format the Plot Area with a Solid fill using White, Background 1.||3|
|13||Copy the Annual Total in cell F10 and then use Paste Special to paste Values & Number Formatting in cell B35. In cell C35, construct a formula to calculate the Projected Expenses after the forecasted increase in cell B31 is applied. Fill the formula through cell F35, and then use Format Painter to copy the formatting from cell B35 to the range C35:F35.||3|
|14||Change the Orientation of this worksheet to Landscape, and then use the Scale to Fit options to fit the Height to 1 page. From the Page Setup dialog box, center the worksheet Horizontally, and insert a custom footer in the left section with the file name.||3|
|15||Ensure that the worksheets are correctly named and placed in the following order in the workbook: Annual Expenses Chart, Expenses. Save the workbook and exit Excel. Submit the file as directed.||0|